Bookshelf

Just received my copy of What They Don’t Teach You in Art School, by Will Terry, and wish it had been around when I first graduated. Thought-provoking, well-written and fully illustrated by the author, this is a worthy addition to my bookshelf.
I’m also waiting for my (used) copy of the 15th edition of Graphic Artists Guild’s Pricing and Ethical Guidelines, a book I’ve purchased in the distant past and never had the chance to implement as a designer charging an hourly rate.Simpler times, but also less interesting; the pursuit of greatness requires risk.


Also on my nightstand:
It’s Never Too Late to Begin Again, by the brilliant Julia Cameron
Make Your Art No Matter What, by Beth Pickens
Illustration Workshop, by Mary Kate McDevitt
Making Comics, by Lynda Barry
Put Me in the Zoo, by Robert Lopshire


What are you reading, artwise?

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